Los Angeles November 2022

Los Angeles November 2022 Events

Los Angeles November 2022 Events

Start off Your Holiday Season in Los Angeles

Average temperature low and high: 53° - 73°
As the holiday season approaches, November is an enjoyable time visit before the real madness begins in December. Most days are pleasant, but the month marks the start of LA's rainy season. On the bright side, usually, after rain comes beautiful sunny days. In the event of rain, cool indoor events to check out are the CoMotion LA Mobility Festival and the LA Car Show. Away from home for a traditional dinner on Thanksgiving Day? You can still look forward to a memorable dining experiences offered by many resturaunts.

November Event Calendar

CoMotion LA Mobility Festival

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Head down to Little Tokyo for this cool high-tech event that explores unique ways to get around, including hyperloops and flying vehicles, new electric vehicles and autonomous cars, and the newest in scooter, bike, and micromobility technology. The CoMotion LA Mobility Festival will feature exhibits, workshops, panels, walking tours, test tracks, demos, and more. Ticket packages range from free-$1000. 

LA Auto Show

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Attention car lovers: the LA Auto Show is a must-attend. You'll be able to see 1000 new vehicles, test drive nearly 100 models, and admire customized and exotic cars. Kids under 6 are free with paying adults. Depending on the day, ticket prices vary. Tickets can be purchased online only to avoid potential box office lines.



The best artists in trance gather in San Bernardino for a colossal festival. With a distinctly European design, this festival is dedicated to trance, a genre meant for you to forget the world around you.

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Los Angeles Events in November


Theater & Headliners



Upcoming events

Tue, Nov 01 at Echoplex Bearcubs
Thu, Nov 03 at Echoplex Blood Red Shoes
Fri, Nov 04 at Exchange Getter
Fri, Nov 04 at The Avalon TAYLOR FEST
Sun, Nov 06 at The Avalon LOBODA
Things to do in Los Angeles

Things to Do in Los Angeles in November

Fly in a plane over LA With Pro Pilot

Fly in a plane over LA With Pro Pilot
After a quick bit of the history of the airport, you'll get an overview of the aircraft and how it operates. Next, you're in for a view of the historic landmarks of LA few get to witness. You'll see the Hollywood sign, Beverly Hills, and the Coastline while high above the crowds and traffic. You can choose to make yourself comfortable in the modern aircraft, enjoying its leather interior, or you can ask to make it a flying lesson.

Private Horseback Ride in Malibu

Private Horseback Ride in Malibu
You don't have to be an experienced rider to enjoy the wonders of this ride. Every tour begins with a 10-15 minute lesson, to get you comfortable with your horse. Your guides are from a small family-owned business that has over 20 years of experience with horses, and they love to share the beauty of the trails. You'll have plenty of opportunities to stop and take photos of rolling hills, wooded canyons, and amazing ocean vistas.

Set Sail Off SoCal's Historic Coast

Set Sail Off SoCal's Historic Coast
Take a break from your week and enjoy a 3-hour sailing trip, no experience is necessary. You can sit and enjoy the view as you unwind and take in the tranquil scenery off the coast of Southern California. If you'd like, you can learn some basic sailing lessons from your guide, and get a chance to trim the sails and take the wheel. Your tour includes a snack lunch, and if you're lucky, dolphins or whales may stop by to say hi. Pricing starts at $57 per person.

Secret Food Tours: LA

Secret Food Tours: LA
Get to know Venice Beach like a local. Your tour guide will take you through this vibrant neighborhood to view the street art, as well as weave through the city neighborhoods and swing by the canals. Of course, you will be pleased by the amazing dishes being served up at your many stops along the way. From tacos to seafood, this is truly a one-of-a-kind cultural experience that finishes on America's trendiest streets for shopping, and of course, dining.